Game is one hell of a rapper, but if his fiancée Tiffany Cambridge had her way, the Compton MC would hold another occupation entirely.
"She would rather me be a fireman, even if I had to go sleep at the firehouse three nights a week. She's rather me be a policeman, even if it means I might die every night I go out to work," Game told MTV News of his lady, his co-star in VH1's upcoming reality series "Marrying the Game.""She'd rather me be a trash man, even if it meant picking up sh-- and shoveling dirt all day, than a rapper."
MTV News was on hand in October 2011 when the platinum rap star [article id="1672434"]proposed[/article] to the school teacher at Frank D. Parent Elementary School in Inglewood, California, and he'll surely dish on their relationship when he appears on [article id="1696762"]"RapFix Live"[/article]on Wednesday.
The way Game figures it, reality television won't be much of a stretch, because he's been spilling his personal business into his music ever since his 2005 debut, The Documentary. When "Marrying the Game" premieres November 19, Game promises that fans will get a unique glimpse into his personal life in what he calls a battle between a rap artist and a really good woman.
"She's trying to find her balance between the love she has for me and hip-hop taking that away from her on a day-to-day basis," he explained. "Women are some freaky creatures, and it's gonna be fun to see what everybody feels about how this whole reality-show thing plays out."